Katerina Richmond

Katerina Richmond Poems

1. Forever More 3/9/2013
2. Valentine Valentine 3/9/2013
3. I Love You More Than Anyone Else Can 3/26/2013
4. Winter Kiss 3/26/2013
5. .. 4/19/2013
6. Let My Anger Out 7/2/2013
7. My Inner Humantity Of Insanity 8/26/2013
8. I Thought That We Could Work 8/8/2013
9. You Are My Animal 10/13/2013
10. In The Darkness, You Can Find Light 11/12/2013
11. Mad Or Sane 8/3/2014
12. Drowning With Lies 12/6/2014
13. Childhood 8/24/2015
14. Dark And Light 11/12/2013
15. Happy Home 10/7/2013
16. Bad Little Boy. You Hurt Me. 9/16/2013
17. Sweet, But It's Not Home 3/13/2013
18. I Thanks God For Letting Me Have You 3/26/2013
19. I'M On My Stone 9/23/2013
20. When Will It End? 7/3/2013
21. Summer.....Ugh 6/21/2013
22. Do You Know Love? 3/9/2013
23. The Graceful Death 3/9/2013
24. G.W.J 7/2/2013
25. I Could Lay In Your Embrace 11/10/2013
26. Teenage Girls. Every One Of Them. 11/12/2013
27. Little Pink Flower 11/12/2013
28. I'M Sorry 6/21/2013
Best Poem of Katerina Richmond

I'M Sorry

I hurt your feelings and your heart.
But I really hope this doesn't tear us apart.
You mean too much to let you go,
And I hope you know,
That I love you with every fiber of my being.
Probably more love that has ever been seen.
You know I'd never hurt you on purpose,
you know I'd never try.
And now I feel like such a doofus,
but I cannot tell a lie.
I went too far, I did too much.
I will not beat around the bush.
I messed up, and that I know.
But please don't leave me....
Please don't go....
I said I'm sorry, and I'll make it up.
You see, ...

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The Graceful Death

In spring things dance, In fall all dies.
Just as the sun shal set, and the moon will rise.
Each Second of the death of grace, while the leaves keep steady pace,
Each pedal that comes cold and limb, each firefly that's light goes dim
Each drop of water, so cold it bites.
Each cold breeze in fall and winter nights.
Truly the most graceful of deaths, is the living, that does not live.
The ones that wisper to your soul.
The ones that spread on the old lamp pole.

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